The New York State Department
of Financial Services (DFS) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) have initiated
action against two companies involved in soliciting pension advance loans from unsuspecting consumers. The suit against Pension Funding, LLC and
Pension Income, LLC alleges that the companies deceived individuals into taking loans against their
pensions, hiding high interest rate loans and fees coupled with deceptions about other terms of the
proposed lending arrangements.
In their lawsuit, the State of New York requested that an independent receiver take custody of the
company’s assets, with the court ultimately appointing Krista Freitag of E3 Advisors to assist consumers
who may have been victimized in this alleged scheme.
We offer a free initial consultation to investors who feel they may have been victimized in investment
schemes. For an appointment contact the Law Offices of Timothy J. O’Connor at (518) 426-7700.
Have a Question?
- SEC Issues Required Investor Disclosures for Variable Annuities and Variable Life Insurance Contracts
- Airbnb Guest Injuries
- Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Agrees to $5,000,000 Settlement Fund to Benefit Harmed Investors
- Will Contests – Have You Been Shorted by Trickery Involving a Loved One’s Estate?
- Class Action Lead Plaintiff is Successful in Thwarting Effort of Massachusetts Mutual Seeking to Dismiss Claims